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Wireless connection OK to router: added WPA key and connected ok. 'Add printer' not finding printer

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Hi.

try to use the Software CD to add the printer driver. Choose, "ADD A DEVICE" when window pop-up after inserting the SW CD, then follow the steps to install the device. That should work.


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Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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How do you connecct the wireless printer to my wirelss router









  • On the printer,push the MENU button,push the up or down button to go to select network then press the OK button.
  • under network menu go to WLAN then press the OK button to confirm the selection.
  • under WLAN menu go to setup wizard then press the OK button
  • when Network I/F switched to wireless is displayed ,press OK to accept.the printer will search for available networks.
  • select your SSID or network name on the list it will display then press OK.If it only showed your SSID then just press OK.
  • Use the a,b and OK buttons to choose the one of the options below:
  • no authentication or encryption or password , select open system ,press OK then choose none for encryption type.press OK.
  • No Authentication with WEP Encryption:Choose Open System, then select and press WEP for the Encryption Type and press OK.
  • Authentication with WEP Encryption:Choose Shared Key and press OK.
  • Authentication with WPA/WPA2-PSK (TKIP or AES) Encryption:Choose WPA/WPA2-PSK and press OK
  • after selecting the correct option,press OK.Always remember,WEP or WPA keys are case-sensitive.You can use the ? and ? keys to move the cursor left and right. For example, to enter the letter a, press the 2 key on the dial pad once. To enter the number 3, press the 3 key on the dial pad seven times.The letters appear in this order: lower case,upper case and then number.
  • press OK after entering the password.
  • the printer will attempt to connect to the router.If it successful,it will display the word connected on the printer.
note: you need to know the encryption type and password type (wep or wpa) for the wireless setup to be successful.you can get the info you need from your router account page or GUI.

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Setting up Epson Stylus SX515w on a PC.


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1) Using the Control Panel on the printer, press the Spanner/Screw driver button.
2) Scroll though the menu until you see Network Settings & press ok.
3) In the following menu select Wireless LAN Setup.
4) Then select Advanced Setup.
5) Then select manual Setup & press ok.
6) This guide assumes you are connecting through a router via Wi-Fi, in which case you will need to select Infrastructure Mode and then press OK.
7) Select Search SSID & this will search for your wireless network.
8) If your wireless network is showing, make sure it is highlighted then press OK.
9) Now you will need to enter the encryption type, this will depend on the length of the wireless key. WEP 64 Hex (10), WEP 64 Alpha (5), WEP 128 Hex (26), WEP 128 Alpha (13). Any router that has 8 characters I would normally recommend selecting WPA PSK TKIP UNLESS you know that the key is WPA PSK AES.
10) Now you will need to input the security key depending on which type you have, as advised above.
11) Once the key is in correctly you need to press OK. You will then see a Confirm Settings screen. Press OK on this screen and YOU MUST WAIT 30 SECONDS for the printer to establish a wireless connection with the router. After the 30 seconds please go down to Confirm Settings and press OK. This will tell you if it has successfully connected to the router. At this stage you need to make a note of the IP address. This normally starts 192.168.x.x
12) On the PC the printer will need to be installed, I recommend downloading the driver from here:
13) Once installed go to Start > Control Panel> Printers (This will vary slightly depending you version of Windows).
Right click on the printer, select properties (Printer properties for Win 7). Select the ports tab and add a new port.
When adding a new port select Standard TCP/IP, then click add new port.
NB The Standard TCP/IP port is recommended when assigning static IP address to the printer. (See router documentation on assigning static IP address).
If using a dynamic IP Address I would recommend downloading and installing the Epson net printer port. You can use a Standard TCP/IP port, however when the IP address changes communication between the printer and PC will be lost.
Setting up both port types are the same, once you select add port you will need to enter the IP Address, which we noted down previously from the printer. Once entered keep clicking next, then finish.
You should now be able to print over the network. To use the scanner over the network you will need to open Epson scan settings, (a separate utility to Epson scan) this will need to be set to network and contain the same IP address noted down earlier for the printer.

If you still have issues check your firewall and router settings, i.e. mac filtering etc.

on Dec 11, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Teele27@comcast.netHow do I turn on the wireless connection on my HP Photsmart C6300 All-in-One series printer/copier?


Make sure you know the SSID or 'name' of your home wireless network as well as the WEP or WPA password to connect to your network before you begin.
1) Press the Setup button on the HP All-in-One. It has a wrench on it. 2) Continue pressing until Network is highlighted, and then press OK . 3) The Network Menu appears. 4) Press until Wireless Setup Wizard is highlighted, and then press OK . In a few moments, a list of detected networks appears on the display. The network with the strongest signal appears first.
Do one of the following: 5) Press the down arrow key to highlight the name of the network that you wrote down earlier. Then press OK. 6) If your network uses security, a prompt appears for the WEP key or WPA passphrase. Both are case sensitive. Use the visual keyboard to enter the WEP key or WPA passphrase, as requested. Note : If your router uses 4 WEP keys, make sure you use the first one. 7) Follow the prompts on the display to complete the network setup. 8) Then if you haven't already done so, install your software.
That should do the trick! Hope this helps!

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Can not find printer on wireless network


I am pretty sure the HP J4680 is wireless only, at least I can't find any Ethernet ports on HP Officejet J4680 that are obvious. So first make sure the blue antennae light is on on the left side of the HP panel. If it is not on press the button that says 802.11g and the blue light will light up indicating that the wireless is now enabled. Check now and see if you can see the printer on the network. Power cycle the printer and router and then see if the printer shows up. If you think it is now connected you can go to step 9) below. if not go to the next step

If the above didn't work try and change the wireless settings from the front panel of the HP Officejet J4680. Press the setup button (the wrench) on the front panel, then scroll till you see Wireless Menu and press OK, then scroll till you see Setup Wizard and press OK. The printer will search for all the wireless routers it can find. It should display your wireless router SSID, this is the name of the router. When it shows you the name of the router press OK and it will display WPA Passphrase or WEP passphrase (depends on the security you have on your wireless router). If you see the SSID of your router this is a good thing, because it indicates that the wireless is working and just needs to be configured. Now type in the passphrase exactly (the same passphrase you use to connect your PC or Mac to the wireless internet) and press OK. It should connect to the wireless router. If this doesn't work, unplug and plug in the wireless router and the printer and try it again. If you think it is now connected to the wireless, then go to step 9) below. If the above doesn't work you can keep trying it but I haven't had much luck with the front panel method.

If the above fails to work, the next method to try is to connect a PC or Mac directly to the HP Officejet using the AD-HOC wireless method. I can't figure out how to get the HP printer into this AD-HOC mode unless I do a wireless reset of the values in the printer. There is prob a way to do this without a reset, but I couldn't get it. I would recommend you read through all the steps below before you do this. It will wipe out what you currently have setup in your printer. But these are the steps I just went through and I got my printer to connect to my MAC and work.

1) You might not have to do this step, but if all else fails reset the HP Officejet J4680 network by pressing the setup button (the wrench) go to Wireless Menu and Press OK then go to Reset Wireless select YES and press OK. If that doesn't work then there is another reset that I found in the setup menu (the wrench) under Tools and then Restore Defaults. I wound up doing both resets on my Officejet J4680

2) Power the HP Officejet off and on for good luck (again optional but might help).

3) Make sure the the wireless on the printer is enabled by pushing the button on the left side front under the 802.11g so that the blue wireless light turns on. (again optional, but make sure the blue antennae light is on)

4) Connect to the HP Officejet J4680 wireless printer directly from the MAC (this is pretty neat stuff) click on the Airport icon at the top bar of your mac screen, if you see the hpsetup listed then click on it, if it is not listed then click on join other network and type in hpsetup and click Join. This will join the mac to the Ad Hoc HPSetup network and you can now setup the printer from the mac!

5) Important: Print a network settings report on the HP Officejet by pressing the setup button again (the wrench) go to Print Report and press OK, go to Network config and press OK. If you try and print this before you connect (step 4) you will not get the info you need in the report, so connect first from Mac to HP then print this report.

6) fire up safari or Firefox or chrome browser on the Mac and type in the URL that is listed on the report you just printed out. It starts with http:// type in the http:// and the 4 numbers all together with no spaces into the address bar in your browser and press return.

7) you are now connected to the HP Officejet J4680 via the web browser interface. Click on Networking, then Advanced, click the infrastructure tab, type in the SSID of the wireless router (i.e. the name of the router you see when you try and wirelessly connect from a computer) and fill in the passphrase info for your router, type it again to confirm, then click apply.

8) The printer will change the connection from the Ad-Hoc network to the SSID of the wireless router. So you have to connect to the wireless printer, to do this on a MAC, you go to the top row of the mac and click the Airport icon, select the wireless router.

9) Now go to the spotlight icon (far right top row on the mac) type Print and then click on Print & FAX, if your printer is not listed, then click the + and add it. You should be able to check the supply levels on the HP, if you see the current time below the supply levels you are successfully connected. On a Windows system, you would go to control panel, then Printers and add your printer if it is not listed.

Also, below is a good video with even more detailed info:

10) Officejet J4680 setup via the mac using this very thorough guide: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rjd1ZqJ89N4



edh 1-13-2011

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HP Photosmart c6380 wireless printer works fine, but windows xp does not recognize the scanner


  • First, we need to create the Ad hoc network that will provide wireless connection between your computer and printer. On the right hand portion of the Taskbar, you can right-click the wireless icon and choose "View Available Wireless Networks". Or you can double click the wireless icon, then click "View Wireless Networks". It is also accessible from the Control Panel. Either way, the same window as shown in step 2 will pop-up.
  • 2
  • setup-xp-via-ad-hoc-1.2-120x120.jpg View Wireless Networks The Wireless Network Connection window shows you all the wireless networks in range including the network where you are connected. If you have many neighbors with wireless networks, it will all show up. Click "Change advanced settings" and it will bring up the Wireless Network Connection Properties window. Choose the "Wireless Networks" tab and at the bottom click "Advanced" button.
  • 3 setup-xp-via-ad-hoc-1.3-120x120.jpg Wireless Networks Properties From the Advanced option window, choose "ad hoc" networks only. This is just to simplify the process. You should also bring this back to original setting after you are done connecting via Ad hoc. You may choose to skip this step if you wish and you should still be able to make the connection without a problem.
  • 4 setup-xp-via-ad-hoc-1.4-120x120.jpg Create the ad hoc network Click the "Add" button and type in a name for your Ad hoc network. Make it more intuitive so you can easily recognize your own network just in case there are other Ad hoc in range. Check off the automatic key and enter a 5 or 10 digit network key. This is the same key that you will input at the printer later. Click OK and then OK again. You are now connected to the Ad hoc network. You are half way through.
  • 5 setup-xp-via-ad-hoc-1.5-120x120.jpg ad hoc network Make sure the printer is ON as well as the wireless radio button. On the printer control panel, press the setup button to access the menu. Go to Wireless Menu and press OK. Press the arrow to go to Setup Wizard and press OK so the printer will automatically search for wireless networks in range. From the list of networks, find the SSID or Ad hoc name that you created and press OK and type in the network key using the alphanumeric keypad on the printer. The printer should confirm the connection in less than a minute. That's it! Try to print a test page to make sure everything is working properly.


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    How to hook up the wireless feature???


    Press the wrench key on the printers front panel and then look for wireeless option or network option in the menu..Press ok on wireless menu or network option and then look for an option Run Wireless setup wizard by pressing right arrow key...then press ok on that and type in the neywork name of your wireless router known as SSID and after that press ok...then type in the security key of your wireless router known as WEP or WPA Key,,press ok.. it will attempt to connect and wil give u a message successfull..now run the software on computer and select wireless install option on computer and follow the instructions

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    MFC-7840W Printer: need tp set the wireless setting, lost the instruc...


    To setup your Brother MFC-7840W on a wireless network do the following:

    Press Menu.

    Scroll down to #5 LAN and hit OK

    In the LAN submenu, scroll down to 2. WLAN and hit OK.

    In the WLAN submenu select 2. Setup Wizard.
    (The printer will search for the SSID of your network. If you are presented with multiple networks, select yours and hit OK.)

    Depending whether you have setup a network key on your wireless network, you will have to choose the type of connection. Your options will be Open System, Shared key, and WPA/WPA2-PSK.

    If you have a Shared Key or WPA/WPA2-PSK network, then you willhave to enter the key to connect. Open Key does not use a key to connect.

    So for instance, if you selected WPA2-PSK you will then be asked to enter your passphrase key to connect to your wireless network.

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    We have to connect the printer to the network first, If it is not connected, please follow the below steps.

    1. Touch Setup (c01629002.gif ) on the touch screen.
    2. Scroll down in the Setup menu, and then touch Network .
    3. Scroll down in the Network menu, and then touch Wireless Setup Wizard . The Wireless Setup Wizard searches for networks, and then displays them in a list.
    4. Touch the name of your network.
    5. If the list does not contain your network name, follow these steps to enter it manually:
    6. Touch Enter New Network Name (SSID) .
    7. On the on-screen keyboard, touch the appropriate letters and numbers to enter the network name (SSID). NOTE: Make sure that you enter the uppercase (capital) and lowercase (small) letters exactly. Otherwise, the wireless connection fails.
    8. When you finish entering the new network name, touch Done , and then touch OK .
    9. Touch Infrastructure , and then touch WEP encryption or WPA encryption. If you do not want to use encryption (a security password), touch No, my network does not use encryption , and then go to step 6.
    10. If prompted, enter the WEP or WPA key:
      1. Touch the appropriate letters or numbers on the on-screen keyboard.
      NOTE: You must enter the exact uppercase and lowercase letters. Otherwise, the wireless connection fails.
    11. When you are finished entering the WEP key or WPA key, touch Done and then touch OK to confirm. The product attempts to connect to the network.
    Once it is connected to the network or if it is alreday connected, please follow the below steps on the printer.
    1. Touch Setup (c01629002.gif ) on the touch screen.
    2. Touch Network , touch View Network Settings , and then touch Print Network Configuration Page .
    After that, please note the ip address of the printer from this printed page and follow the below steps.
    Please click on Start------Control Panel---Printers Folder.
    Right-click on the printer icon 8500 series---- click " Properties" , and then click the Ports tab
    Click Add Port .

    Click TCP/IP port and put (ip address of the printer)

    , and then click New Port . The Add Port wizard starts.
    Click Next ,
    Follow the on-screen instructions to finish adding the port.
    The issue will be fixed.

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    Installed my SX515 Epson printer and it will not connect with wifi


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    1) Using the Control Panel on the printer, press the Spanner/Screw driver button.
    2) Scroll though the menu until you see Network Settings & press ok.
    3) In the following menu select Wireless LAN Setup.
    4) Then select Advanced Setup.
    5) Then select manual Setup & press ok.
    6) This guide assumes you are connecting through a router via Wi-Fi, in which case you will need to select Infrastructure Mode and then press OK.
    7) Select Search SSID & this will search for your wireless network.
    8) If your wireless network is showing, make sure it is highlighted then press OK.
    9) Now you will need to enter the encryption type, this will depend on the length of the wireless key. WEP 64 Hex (10), WEP 64 Alpha (5), WEP 128 Hex (26), WEP 128 Alpha (13). Any router that has 8 characters I would normally recommend selecting WPA PSK TKIP UNLESS you know that the key is WPA PSK AES.
    10) Now you will need to input the security key depending on which type you have, as advised above.
    11) Once the key is in correctly you need to press OK. You will then see a Confirm Settings screen. Press OK on this screen and YOU MUST WAIT 30 SECONDS for the printer to establish a wireless connection with the router. After the 30 seconds please go down to Confirm Settings and press OK. This will tell you if it has successfully connected to the router. At this stage you need to make a note of the IP address. This normally starts 192.168.x.x
    12) On the PC the printer will need to be installed, I recommend downloading the driver from here:
    13) Once installed go to Start > Control Panel> Printers (This will vary slightly depending you version of Windows).
    Right click on the printer, select properties (Printer properties for Win 7). Select the ports tab and add a new port.
    When adding a new port select Standard TCP/IP, then click add new port.
    NB The Standard TCP/IP port is recommended when assigning static IP address to the printer. (See router documentation on assigning static IP address).
    If using a dynamic IP Address I would recommend downloading and installing the Epson net printer port. You can use a Standard TCP/IP port, however when the IP address changes communication between the printer and PC will be lost.
    Setting up both port types are the same, once you select add port you will need to enter the IP Address, which we noted down previously from the printer. Once entered keep clicking next, then finish.
    You should now be able to print over the network. To use the scanner over the network you will need to open Epson scan settings, (a separate utility to Epson scan) this will need to be set to network and contain the same IP address noted down earlier for the printer.

    If you still have issues check your firewall and router settings, i.e. mac filtering etc.

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    It is the security key used for your wireless router.
    When you set up any device to connect to the wireless router you will need it.You should be able to go on you computer,open internet explorer,and type 192.168.1.1 to get to your router page to see all the info needed.

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